An annual census of the Washington homeless population estimates that there are 30 percent more homeless families in the nation’s capital than there were a year ago.
The D.C. area’s growth came mostly in the District of Columbia, Loudoun County and Montgomery County, which accounted for more than half of the population increase.
Census says the D.C. region’s population reached more than 6 million people in 2015, about 44,000 more residents than Philadelphia.
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Gaithersburg is among the 15 fastest growing cities in the country, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
The U.S. Census Bureau is hiring people locally to help with the 2020 census.
D.C. boasts boasts the strongest brainpower in the nation, according to a study that analyzed 102 major markets.
When it comes to residents, D.C. has a higher percentage of women than any state.
Maryland households are the nation’s top earners, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
People with disabilities have higher rates of unemployment and earn lower average wages than the general population, according to the Census Bureau\’s American Community Survey.
Census figures show the District of Columbia will need space for 33,000 more children in schools over the next five years.
The Washington metro area, known for its economic
resiliency during the Great Recession, is
beginning to slow down when it comes to population
Along with other major cities like New York and
Chicago, Washington is seeing populations
in downtown neighborhoods, reversing decades of
population losses to the green lawns of the